Atlantic News, Thursday, October 7, 2004
HAMPTON — Beacon Digital Video, LLC in Hampton is a full service digital video solutions company serving individuals, and businesses; specializing in transforming video tapes, film and photographs into meaningful, high quality and long lasting DVD video creations.
Owner Dave Doherty has invested in the latest state-of-the-art digital video equipment, with capabilities beyond the typical consumer level gear. It's an investment that pays off every day says Doherty, in capabilities they have and the quality they can produce.
Tape and film (VHS, 8mm, Super 8, 16mm) degrades much faster than most people realize. Chemical processes are at work destroying your tapes while they sit on the shelf. After just 10 years, tapes begin to loose their viewing quality. DVD on the other hand can preserve memories for a lifetime.
Photographs are typically unorganized, boxed or in albums, they are difficult to share with a group or with others in a different location. DVD, now with very inexpensive players, has become the replacement for tapes and also offers the convenience of viewing films and photos on the home TV or computer. DVDs can be easily duplicated to share with family and friends as well.
Beacon Digital Video provides the solution to safeguard and create meaningful DVD videos by professionally transforming and enhancing tapes, films and photos.
DVDs are used in many ways by individuals, schools, clubs, and churches — to capture special moments and as unique gifts for birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, and graduations; for fund raising such as school plays, DVD yearbook, and dance recitals. Businesses use DVDs and streaming video for web sites (another service of the company), to show the ambiance of their restaurant, the view from their hotel or high end real estate for sale.
Check out the Beacon Digital Video Web site for more ideas for using DVD or streaming video. Beacon Digital Video is also a member of the New Hampshire Association of Video Professionals. Contact Dave Doherty at his studio in Hampton at (603) 929-1188 or visit www.beacondigitalvideo.com.